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Last orders for Bargain Booze boss
The chief executive of Conviviality is expected to lose her job next week as investors demand boardroom accountability in return for providing more than £100m to rescue the company.
AA hits back at ousted boss with raid on '£220m share pot'
The AA is attempting to seize a vast pot of shares from its ousted executive chairman just days after he brought a multimillion pound damages claim against the breakdown recovery group.
Investors to vent fresh pay fury at bosses of £1bn Safestore
The £1bn logistics company Safestore Holdings faces a massive revolt next week over nearly £14m in share awards handed to its top two executives.
Irish border with no checkpoints post-Brexit not possible, say MPs
There is no evidence to support the claim Britain could have a post-Brexit open Irish border without any checkpoints, according to a report by MPs.
'Superman' Li Ka-shing confirms retirement at age 89
Li Ka-shing, the Hong Kong businessman dubbed 'Superman', has confirmed he will retire in May ahead of his 90th birthday.
No rock and roll for Spotify as it sets date for Wall Street debut
Spotify is to make its New York stock market debut on 3 April in an unusual direct listing which will see it eschew the usual fanfare associated with big Wall Street flotations.
Childcare issues hold back mums who want to work
Almost a million stay-at-home mums in England want to work but cannot because of a lack of suitable childcare.
Brexit: Government 'paranoia' over secret business agreements
Sky News has established the Government has been signing a series of secret agreements with companies and industry groups over highly controversial outcomes of the Brexit process for Britain's trade border.
Irish economy smiling as GDP growth beats eurozone rivals
Ireland has much to smile about currently.
Marmite-maker scrapping UK HQ 'not connected' to Brexit
The Government has dismissed any suggestion that Unilever's decision to abandon its UK headquarters is connected to Brexit.